Stress Relief Tincture

$50.00

16 in stock

Traditionally used to calm the body and nervous system of stress and tension, providing gentle calming, soothing, and protective support. This remedy assists in healing irritation, rigidity, emotional dysregulation, stressed digestion, nervous exhaustion, drained energy, and poor immunity. Imparts the qualities of lightness and spiritual clarity. Shake well, use with good intention, and gratitude.

16 in stock

STRESS RELIEF TINCTURE

Ingredients: Organic Kootenay grown Chamomile Flower (Matricaria chamomilla), Marshmallow Flower & Leaf (Althaea officinalis), Milky Oat Seed (Avena sativa), Tulsi (Ocimum sanctum), Alcohol

Traditionally used to calm the body and nervous system of stress and tension, providing gentle calming, soothing, and protective support. This remedy assists in healing irritation, rigidity, emotional dysregulation, stressed digestion, nervous exhaustion, drained energy, and poor immunity. Imparts the qualities of lightness and spiritual clarity. Shake well, use with good intention, and gratitude.

Dosage: 20-40 drops three times daily with water

Plant Medicine Details:

The medicines in this remedy were organically grown on Ktunaxa (Kootenay) territory from Earth Temple Gardens. They have been lovingly tended to throughout the whole growing season and prepared fresh at harvest.

Chamomile is used to sweeten the Soul of adults who may behave in a childish manner, with low self-esteem, anger, impatience, irritability, and a quarrelsome nature, whining and complaining, a desire for attention but rejection of it, and who may have digestive disturbance related to emotional upset (Wood, 2008).

Marshmallow softens and soothes a person who may be inflexible, narrow-minded, emotionally rigid, or unfeeling. Furthermore, it balances the qualities of feeling hardhearted, insensitive, and unsympathetic (Wood, 2008).

Milky Oat Seed offers nutrient-rich medicine to strengthen the nervous system and assist in healing exhaustion and drained energy from stress, excessive duties, drug use, prolonged illness, and sexual excess. This herb helps to improve focus, concentration, and memory, as well as heart palpitations and digestive disturbances related to nervous stress (Wood, 2008).

Tulsi (Sanskrit: Tulasi) is considered a very sacred plant in Ayurvedic medicine traditions. It is high in sattva, imparting the quality of lightness and spiritual clarity. Tulsi lifts heaviness as a mild nervine for heightening awareness and mental clarity. It may also be helpful for tension and congestion headaches, and other signs of tension from stress (Pole, 2013). Stress is an epidemic of the 21st century in the Western world and is said to be a causal factor in common illnesses including weakened immunity, high blood pressure, cardiovascular and heart disease. Emotional, mental, and physical stress can deplete the energy and create feelings of heaviness, and an overall low affect. Furthermore, spiritual stress is created when a person has lost a connection to themselves and the cosmos, accompanied by feelings of grief, loneliness, sadness, and fear. When the body is in this state of imbalance it is an optimal environment for sickness to prevail. Therefore, managing and coping with stress in healthy ways can be highly supportive to overall health and wellness. Working with this medicine requires that a person commits to their personal healing and wellness through discovering better ways of living a balanced lifestyle. The medicine, while assisting in healing the body from stress, and helping the body cope with stress, can give messages of how to best mitigate stressors in one’s life. As always, use with good intention, ask for what you need, and listen quietly, for all of the answers that you seek are within you.

Caution: Do not use with known Asteraceae species allergy.

Best Before: 26/11/2026

Size: 119ml

Price: $50.00

Weight & Dimensions: 213g – 13.5cm x 5.5cm x 5cm

Number of Items in Stock: 4

References:

Pole, S. (2013). Ayurvedic Medicine: The Principles of Traditional Practice. Singing Dragon.

Wood, M. (2008). The Earthwise Herbal: A Complete Guide to Old World Medicinal Plants. North Atlantic Books.

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